Echoes Of The Empire: Beyond Genghis Khan
It has long been regarded as one of the world’s great wildernesses, a mysterious nation whose people, once regarded with fear and awe across a continent, rarely find a place in modern discourse. Robert H Lieberman’s documentary sets out to change that, taking viewers on a journey through Mongolia past and present. Echoes Of The Empire: Beyond Genghis Khan is one of a series of such films he was made, following They Call It Myanmar: Lifting The Curtain and Angkor Awakens: A Portrait Of Cambodia. When we met up to talk, I began by asking him why Mongolia was next in line.
“I’m drawn to places that are off the beaten path,” he says. “Places that are inaccessible. I started They Call It Myanmar with…